Community Breakfast

Thank you for attending our 13th Annual Community Breakfast, presented by The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod!

Our 13th Annual Community Breakfast provided the Cape’s young professional community, business leaders, and local government stakeholders with insights and updates related to regional workforce retention and development, the state of the job market, and civic engagement.

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Meet Our Keynote Speaker, Secretary of Labor & Workforce Development, Rosalin Acosta!

Rosalin Acosta is the Secretary of Labor and Workforce Development for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. In her role, Secretary Acosta manages the Commonwealth’s workforce development and labor departments to ensure that workers, employers, and the unemployed have the tools, training, and safety resources needed to succeed in the Massachusetts economy. Secretary Acosta also Chairs the Workforce Skills Cabinet alongside the Secretary of Education and the Secretary of Housing and Economic Development.

Prior to joining the Baker-Polito Administration, Secretary Acosta was a widely respected financial and banking service professional with over thirty years of experience in Greater Boston financial institutions. She was a Director and Planning Committee Member of the Merrimack Valley Workforce Investment Board and was appointed a Northern Essex Community College Trustee by Governor Baker. She has been named one of Boston’s Most Influential Women by the Women of Harvard Club and El Planeta’s Top 100 Most Influential Hispanics in Massachusetts. She has also been awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Association for Latino Professionals for America (ALPFA).

Born in Cuba, she earned a Bachelor of Arts from Wesleyan University in Connecticut where she was a member of the Women’s Varsity Ice Hockey Team. She is the proud mother of five children. For more information on Secretary Acosta’s role overseeing the Executive Office of Labor and Workforce Development in Massachusetts visit labor-and-workforce-development.